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Annual fashion show benefits SLO area non-profits

Posted at 10:49 PM, Mar 01, 2019

The 32nd Annual Share the Love Fashion Show highlighted some of the hottest fashions and brought out dazzling entertainment all for three local causes.

The event, previously known as the Phyllis Madonna Musical Revue and Fashion Show, brings local politicians, government officials and business leaders together to showcase their talents.

A number of special guests performed choreographed dance routines created by executive producers Stephen Patrick and Todd LeMay, and belted out songs in front of the thousands of guests that attend the event every year.

KSBY anchors Carina Corral and Richard Gearhart hosted the auction portion of the night, as well as strutted their stuff on the catwalk in their fashionable ensembles from the Madonna Inn Boutique.

The Share the Love Fashion Show is held at the Alex Madonna Expo Center on March 1 and 2. Proceeds will go to the Woods Humane Society, Stand Strong and Jack’s Helping Hand.